An extra £1 million is being made available to help repair harbours damaged during severe storms.
Environment Secretary Richard Lochhead announced the additional money was being put into the emergency harbour fund scheme, which usually receives £400,000 a year.
The cash comes after December saw some of the worst storms for decades hit parts of the country.
A combination of gales, low pressure and high tides led to the severe weather.
The money will be used to help pay for repairs to harbours, sea walls and quaysides, to ensure fishing boats can still use them.
Speaking at the Inshore Fisheries Conference in Inverness, Mr Lochhead said: "When I, and other Scottish ministers, visited harbours around Scotland in the aftermath of the recent storms, the extent of the damage which had been caused was clearly evident.
"However, what was also evident was the reaction of those affected and the sense of community spirit on show in the clean-up work.
"To do our part, the Scottish Government has been working closely with the local authorities and agencies to assess the full impact and I would like to thank all those involved for their hard work.
"This funding will go towards vital walls and piers and ensure the harbours will be repaired as quickly as possible."